Music player and radio
9 by pressing the corresponding number key. You can also
select a radio channel location 10 to 20 by pressing one
numbered key immediately after another, for example 1 +
0 = 10, 1 + 5 = 15 and 2 + 0 = 20.
Note: If the headset is disconnected the Radio will
time-out after 5 minutes and close.
Recording from the Radio
You can record the current
radio channel by pressing
and to highlight
the record control
button and then pressing
to record. Enter track
name and press OK.
Note: When in
record mode the record
the stop control
Tip! You can also use Stop.
You can answer and make calls while recording the radio.
The volume of the radio is muted and recording continues
in the background. When you end the call, the radio will
automatically resume. You can playback your radio
recordings using the music player.
Nokia Audio Manager
With Nokia Audio
Manager, you can select
digital music tracks on a
compatible PC and transfer
them to your Nokia N-Gage
game deck memory card.
The Nokia Audio Manager
software also allows you to create M3U playlists on the PC,
with references to either MP3 tracks or tracks saved from
CDs. In order for the PC to access the media storage area
(memory card) on the game deck, you must connect your
game deck to the PC using the supplied DKE-2 USB Mini-
B Cable). See ‘Attaching and using the supplied cables’, p.
15. The contents of the game deck’s memory card can then
be displayed in the Mobile Device area of the Music Studio
window of the Nokia Audio Manager. The music tracks on
the playlists can be, for example, transferred from your
When using Nokia Audio Manager, you only need to
connect your game deck to the PC via the supplied DKE-2
USB Mini-B Cable (See ‘Attaching and using the supplied
cables’, p. 15.); everything else is done on the PC.
Note: Do not use this feature illegally! Music can be
protected by copyright. The recording of such music
tracks is permitted for your personal use only. It is
illegal to copy such music tracks for the purpose of
selling or distribution.
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